SAN DIEGO -- Private-label programs are proving their potential to jump-start produce business and build customer loyalty, according to officials from two top chains. Executives from Stop & Shop Cos., Quincy, Mass., and Harris Teeter, Charlotte, N.C., last week outlined how their private-brand efforts in produce are fueling volume gains and underlined their further expansion efforts. These testimonials are notable because a large number of supermarkets are still without well-established ...

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